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Introducing New EasyPak™ Containers
Air Cycle Corporation

New EasyPak ContainersFollowing the introduction of the new VaporShield® mail-back lamp recycling box, Air Cycle Corporation recently added several new containers to the EasyPak™ product line.

The new EasyPak™ offerings expand the options available to facility managers for recycling their spent fluorescent lamps and batteries, and include the CFL Recycling Box, Universal Lamp Box, Micro Battery Bucket, and PalletPak Lamp Recycling Kit.

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Mail-Back Recycling Webinar Available On-Demand
Air Cycle Corporation

EasyPak WebinarThe recent Air Cycle webinar, "The Next Advancement in Mail-Back Recycling" is now available to view on-demand and download.

The webinar covers the introduction of the VaporShield® box design, addition of new containers, and a new, easy-to-use Sustainable Program online interface within the EasyPak™ product line.

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Facts for FAQs

Q. Where are EasyPak™ containers sent for recycling?

A. All EasyPak™ containers processed at permitted recycling facilities located in the Unites States of America. Containers are sent to the facility closest to the location from where they are shipped. In addition to their contents, EasyPak™ boxes themselves are also recycled! View a map of EasyPak™ recycling facilities »
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